Cookies Policy

Update : 25 May 2018

Our use of cookies

Our Web site uses cookies and similar technologies to discern your preferences (or the preferences of other users) for using our website. This assists in offering you an improved experience when you visit our Website, and allows us to optimise the latter. Cookies and similar technologies do not, however, allow us to systematically collect data that may identify you. They only help us to improve the operation of our website, to understand what your interests are, and to assess the relevance of the content of our website.

Due to recent changes in legislation, all websites operating in certain parts of the European Union must obtain your consent for the use or retention of cookies or other similar technologies on your computers or mobile devices. This cookie policy aims to give you the clearest and most complete information possible on the cookies that we use and their purposes. We also invite you to read our Privacy Policy (see herebelow) in order to take note of the rules pertaining to privacy that apply to our Website. 

For more information on our cookies policy, do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] 

What is a Cookie

A “cookie” is a small file composed of letters and numerals stored in your browser or on the hard drive of your computer. This allows us to remember your preferences for using our website. Unless you have chosen not to accept cookies in your browser settings, our system will automatically place cookies on your system during your visit to our site. 

Types of cookies

Cookies can be subdivided into categories according to their origin, their function and their life expectancy First-party cookies carry the name of the site domain that you have visited (e.g. cookies placed by, if you use first-party cookies). Third-party cookies carry the name of a domain other than the one that you have visited. If you visit a website and a third party places a cookie on your computer via that website, it is a third-party cookie (e.g. cookies placed by Google, Twitter and Facebook).

Functional cookies ensure the proper functioning of the website (e.g. login, traffic log or language preference cookies). Functional cookies are first-party cookies.

Non-functional cookies are stored on your system by the website for statistical, social, targeting or commercial purposes. Cookies stored for statistical purposes enable identification of the pages of the website that have been visited, or the location of the computer, etc. Cookies stored for social purposes enable users to share the content of the website visited on social networks. Targeting cookies enable the creation of user profiles incorporating browsing behavior, which in turn enables advertising adapted to the user’s interests. Commercial cookies record the type and frequency of advertising shown to the user. Non-functional cookies may be first- or third-party cookies.

Permanent cookies: these remain present on your hard drive for a long period of time determined by the cookie, or until erased by you. They are activated every time you visit the website that placed them on your system (e.g. cookies placed by Twitter or Facebook). Permanent cookies are generally non-functional.

Session cookies: these enable simplification of the user’s operations and link them one to each other during a browsing session. A navigation session commences when the user opens the browser window and is terminated when the user closes this window. Session cookies are temporary. As soon as you close your browser, all session cookies are deleted. Session cookies are generally functional.

Your consent

By visiting our site, you agree to the use of cookies. Accepting certain cookies is essential for an optimal visit to our site. You can block cookies by activating the browser setting that allows cookie storage. However, if you use your browser settings to block these cookies, you will probably not be able to access (certain parts of) our Website. Read the Cookies Policy carefully for more information. If you wish to modify your permissions at any time, you must delete cookies using your browser settings. For more information on blocking or deleting cookies, visit our website at 

Modify your browser settings

We would like to draw your attention to the fact that your browser settings allow you to modify your cookie acceptance settings. These settings can generally be accessed via your browser’s ‘Options’ or ‘Preferences’ menu. For a better understanding of these settings, we invite you to consult the following links or refer to your browser’s ‘Help’ tab:

  • Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
  • Cookie settings in Firefox
  • Cookie settings in Chrome
  • Cookie settings in Safari

More information about cookies

The website provides more details on how cookies work.

The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) representing digital marketers has published useful information and advice on behavioural advertising and privacy at

Which cookies does Aroz Jewelry use ?

1. Cookies fonctionnels

Domaine Objectif
Functionnal language & destination
Functionnal user country
Functionnal Login & registration


2. Third Party cookies

These are essentially statistical analysis cookies that collect navigation information on our website in order to improve your user experience and to adapt our services to your preferences. They are also advertising cookies that tend to personalise and/or improve content and navigation by providing you with services that may be of interest to you from other websites.

  • To provide you with content, including advertising, from third-party sites that may be of interest to you.
  • These advertisements are subject to your preferences as described in the following section.
  • To keep track of the preferences you specify.
  • To conduct research and diagnostics to improve ICE's content, products and services.
  • To prevent fraudulent activity.
  • To improve security.

All information is collected anonymously. See the list of third-party cookies in the table below. 

Applicable law and competent jurisdiction

These Privacy Protection Rules are governed, interpreted and enforced in accordance with Belgian law, which is the only legislation applicable in the event of a dispute. The Courts of the judicial district of Brussels have exclusive competence over any dispute that may arise from the interpretation or enforcement of these Privacy Protection Rules. 

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